The Name element (Undifferentiated personal name code = 008/32) is coded as "n" because the string "Routledge Focus" is tagged as a title; it is not tagged as
a personal name. This element pertains only to personal names, not to corporate/meeting names or titles. This is documented at
Kevin M. Randall
Principal Serials Cataloger
Northwestern University Libraries
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Subject: [PCCLIST] Routledge Focus (130) no2016122463
I am looking at an item: Brexit and Aviation Law (isbn : 9781138591370)
On the cover: Routledge Focus
On the Series title page: Legal Perspectives on Brexit
I am perfectly fine with the Series information, I will establish a new series title - no problem - about to do so.
But my question is: In the fixed fields, for 'Routledge Focus', 'Name' is marked as 'n' - why is this title ' Not applicable?"
Or, rather, where in the documentation would this be explained?
In the 380 is the string: ' Series-like phrase'
Jesse A Lambertson
Head of Cataloging & Metadata
Georgetown University Law Library